thermodynamic pressure scale, high pressure
The field of high pressure has developed rapidly over the past few years to a point where relatively sophisticated experiments are being attempted. In many experiments it is no longer sufficient to qualitatively estimate the pressure or to base conclusions on experimental results tied to an empirical pressure parameter. One desires to accurately know the pressure dependence of physical quantities related to a true thermodynamic scale.
Original Publication Citation
Decker, D. L. and J. D. Barnett."Proposed Thermodynamic Pressure Scale for an Absolute High-Pressure Calibration." Journal of Applied Physics 41 (197): 833-835.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Decker, Daniel L. and Barnett, J. Dean, "Proposed Thermodynamic Pressure Scale for an Absolute High-Pressure Calibration" (1970). Faculty Publications. 797.
Physical and Mathematical Sciences
Physics and Astronomy
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